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Surface views of 3D reconstructions of the TBEV sub-viral particles.

Translating blue-sky research into the clinic

What does it take to create a vaccine or improve cancer therapies?

By Emma Steer

Lab Matters

General view of the ID23-2 sample environment showing the MD3-Up diffractometer and FlexHCD sample changer. PHOTO: EMBL/J. Sinoir

Beamline ID23-2 tools up for ESRF upgrade

EMBL instrumentation teams adapting tech to run biological experiments on the synchrotron after its upgrade

By Margaux Phares

Lab Matters

A birdview of European Photon and Neutron sciences campus. PHOTO by ILL

EMBL and ESRF renew collaboration agreement

EMBL and the European synchrotron ESRF extend their Joint Structural Biology Group

By Isabelle Kling

Lab Matters

Midnight at Aurora Basin North in Antarctica. PHOTO: Simon Sheldon

Science from ice

Working on scientific instruments has taken EMBL alumnus Simon Sheldon to the ends of the Earth

By Edward Dadswell


Leading the way in time-resolved crystallography

Establishing a programme of research, development and user services for time-resolved crystallography

By Rosemary Wilson


Christian Boulin Fellowship

New Christian Boulin Fellowship: 15 awards of up to €1500 for visitors to EMBL’s Core Facilities.

By Chloe Cross

Lab Matters

Close-up of flow cytometer

Go with the flow

Flow cytometry: finding needles in haystacks

By Claire Ainsworth


Forty things that make EMBL – Part 1

As the Lab turns 40, staff and alumni share 40 things that make EMBL, EMBL

By Adam Gristwood

Lab Matters

The future’s bright

Surprising protein from a flu-like virus is 10 000th ESRF structure

By Claire Ainsworth



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